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The answer is maybe. Some device manufactures have included this as part of their choice. But unfortunately no app is available


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I'm the developer of an app called WatchPresenter, which lets you control Google Slides from your phone. It doesn't require phone and computer to be on the same network (as long as both have Internet it will work). You control the slides by using the volume buttons, so you can switch the phone's screen off (easier to handle without hving to look at the ...


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I found this developer's technique http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15557933/receive-audio-via-bluetooth-in-android to accomplish this, although he says it can't be done with an app. I am not a developer, but if this works maybe someone can find a workaround that could allow an app to accomplish the required changes at least on a rooted phone. I think it ...


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Technically it is possible with most Bluetooth Android phones but you would have to root your device and find a ROM with source code like CyanogenMod and rewrite the Bluetooth driver.


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This app would be "Media Button Router" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.harleensahni.android.mbr


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In my Android 4.2.1 the default Bluetooth share app records the sent/received files in a history which can be accessed by launching Bluetooth app → tap Menu key and choose Show received files. There you can see all the Downloaded as well as Uploaded(sent from your phone) files. My Bluetooth app doesn't provide any option to delete those entries so I'm ...


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Go to Settings>More...>Application Manager>All Click on Bluetooth Share version will appear below the heading "Bluetooth Share"


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Figured it out: finally: hold Function + L


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You can also try my application to direct non-call audio to BT. Here's is my github link: https://github.com/sauravpradhan/AnySound2BT


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Unfortunately there is still no bluetooth server implementation available for android devices. The connect as "music player" part of your question could be realized via WiFi, using the SoundSeeder Music Player app (soundseeder.com or forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2392672 You need to connect your devices via "WiFi direct" or the portable hotspot ...


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To transfer many files from Android device to PC without USB, people have created many tools for this purpose. Bluetooth, Airmore, all of them are good solutions, you can surf the internet and find the best one suiting your demands.


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Yes, I paired with my folding EC Technology Bluetooth keyboard on the first attempt. Alas I find that one or two very useful characters by default require awkward multi-key presses (see here).


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There are two app in the Playstore you can try A2DP Voume and Bluetooth Volume. A2DP is an app project hosted on code.google.com Some features of A2DP: Captures car location automatically when device disconnects. Automatic car locator. (option) Each device can be independently configured. Automatically adjusts the media volume on Bluetooth connect and ...


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No, you are not the only one. Following the steps below did the trick for me (taken originally from here): 1 - Download the 'Windows Mobile Device Center' (current version is 6.1) which you can download it here for 32-bit OS or here for 64-bit OS. This works for both Vista and Windows 7. I've tried it on both. 2 - Install the downloaded software ...



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